China is set to become Latinamerica’s second trade partner ahead of the European Union and just behind the United States in the next few years according to a report from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latinamerica and the Caribbean, Cepal.
Chile and Uruguay will support former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner for the post of chairman of the Union of South American Nations, Unasur, confirmed in Santiago Ecuadorean Foreign Affairs minister Ricardo Patiño.
A Chilean journalist known for her staunch defence of freedom of expression has been awarded the 2010 World Press Freedom Prize.
On September 2, the company will inaugurate three weekly flights destined for Paris, with a layover in Madrid. The airline already makes seven flights per week with a final destination in Frankfurt.
Cuba continues to spend more than 1.5 billion US dollars a year on food imports, Vice President Jose Ramon Machado said while urging farmers to boost production, Communist Party daily Granma reported Monday.
China may let the Yuan gain “a bit more” within 12 months as the world’s third-largest economy moves away from a currency policy that creates distortions, Brazilian central bank President Henrique Meirelles said.
Andrew Bieniawski, assistant deputy administrator of the United States National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) had one thing in mind while lying in his hotel bed in Chile during the Feb. 27 earthquake: a secret mission.
A huge glacier broke-off and plunged into a lake in Peru, causing a 23-metre tsunami wave that swept away at least three people and destroyed a water processing plant serving 60,000 local residents, government officials said Monday.
Chilean salmon industry leaders celebrated the decision by the Constitutional Tribunal (TC) to reject a challenge to the newly passed Ley de Pesca (Fishing Law).
The Cuban brothers Fidel and Raúl Castro do not want to normalize ties with Washington because they would lose their excuses for the country's lack of development and openness, said US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaking at the University of Louisville in Kentucky.